London Fire Brigade has extended its contract with Burleys to provide grounds maintenance, arboricultural and winter maintenance services to its estate.
The extension will see Burleys continue to undertake planned maintenance to more than a hundred LFB buildings across the capital including front line fire stations, call centres, command centres and the LFB headquarters at Southwark.
The contract has also seen Burleys undertake landscape improvement work across the estate, improving the public image of the stations. These include improved planting schemes, tree planting initiatives and mulching beds to enable planting schemes to retain water.
The extension follows the recent renewal of a contract with NHS Property Services which will see the company work on 300 sites across the UK, with the major focus in London, the Midlands, the south coast and the north west.
Burleys operations director Joe Howarth said: “We are extremely proud that our contract has been extended. It is a further example of our continued partnership with the emergency services of London and we look forward to delivering our grounds maintenance service to them over the coming months.”